Daniele Ansidei, lives and works in Berlin.
His research focusses on the anthropologic role of contemporary architectural photography, seen as a means for investigating emerging social and cultural dynamics. By departing from what is considered to be an emblematic subject within its social infrastructure, he develops mid term and long term projects, where photographic images are usually the final outcome. Based upon this premise, his subjects are often places and situations where cultural and symbolic architectures emerge and are shared.
Ansidei’s work has been exhibited internationally, at venues such as the Museion in Bolzano, during Manifesta 7, at the Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea di Cinisello Balsamo (Milano), in Berlin at the NGBK Galerie, HDA in Graz and once again in Italy at the Palazzo Ducale di Genova where he took part in the final show of the Borsa di Arte Giovane Prize curated by Denis Isaia.